How many Likes do you get on Tinder?
Tinder doesn’t let you swipe and swipe forever. They put a cap on how many Likes you can give in a 12-hour period.
When Tinder first started doing this, you had 120 Likes per 12 hours. Then they decreased it to 100. Now it appears to be even lower than that for most users.
If you’re a guy, for instance, you’re probably getting more like 50 Likes per 12 hours. And if you’ve been guilty of right-swiping on everyone, it may be even less. All in all, it varies user-to-user.
Tinder Likes depend on your age, location, gender, and other various secret factors that Tinder doesn’t disclose. However, the aggressive right-swiper superstition proves true.
Tinder wants its users to form genuine connections, or grab a date outside the app- so hoarding up matches doesn’t actually pay off the way you’d like it to. In fact, Tinder will begin to show your profile less because it views your 100 likes in the past hour as spam.
Can you bypass this to get unlimited Likes on Tinder?
Elsewhere on the internet, people will claim you can hack your way to getting unlimited Likes on Tinder for free.
Some of these did work for a short time, but Tinder has put an end to them. None of the previously known hacks still work.
But should you pay to upgrade? No. Here’s why.
Most people who are unhappy with the free version of Tinder are getting barely any matches. And the paid version of Tinder doesn’t do anything to help you get more matches.
The paid version will show your profile to more people. But if the people already seeing your profile aren’t “liking” it, that means it’s no good.
If you show a bad profile to more people, that doesn’t guarantee matches. It just means more people will see (and probably reject) that bad profile.
So if you’re barely getting any matches with Tinder’s free version, start running your Tinder pics through Photofeeler to test match potential and/or what you can change.
By changing up your pics, you can easily multiply your match rate. Then you can think about upgrading Tinder.